- Brown Memorial Temple
- First Congregational United Church of Christ
- House of Ruth
- Koreatown Multipurpose Senior Center(KSC)
- The Health Center at Pilgrim Place
- Uncommon Good
A Multicultural Ministry where God and Mankind Come Together to Meet the Needs of People
985 W. Holt Avenue
Pomona, CA 91768
Multiple internships available in various areas through programs such as Vision For Families and Project Caring and Sharing (K-12 tutoring/mentoring program).
Some activities include:
- The Breakfast Club:
Parents hold monthly breakfast meetings to explore creative solutions to societal issues affecting their children
- Family Counseling Services
- Family Fun Day:
Back to School event with games, rides, prizes, entertainment and free back-to-school supplies give-away
- Parenting Skills Development Workshops
- Young Readers Book Club:
Promotes literacy while providing parents and young children the opportunity to read together and participate in creative storytelling
The BMT Family Life Center will provide a safe environment for our youth, families and seniors to come and enjoy recreational activities while offering a variety of life enhancing services such as community resource and legal aid office, youth center, computer technology center, health & wellness center, conference and training center.
First Congregational United Church of Christ
Rev. Isaias R. Paniamogan
Office: (951) 657-2342
Cell: (858) 663-0503
100 N. A Street
Perris, CA 92570
Intern Seminary Student who speaks Spanish
First Congregational United Church of Christ at Perris, California made a serious decision to reach out to the Hispanic population of Perris which is now 87% in our immediate neighborhood. We already have three families with children and beginning to assimilate themselves into the life of the church. In order to reach our goal is to explore the assistance of Claremont School of Theology to work in cooperation with their Internship Program. Our basic need is to have an Intern Seminary Student who can speak Hispanic to conduct Bible study at 8:30 A.M. and also lead the worship service at 10:00 A.M. at the Fellowship Hall.
And then by 11:15 A.M the English worship service will join with the Hispanic people of God to get to know each other. The church would be able to pay the mileage back and forth plus a dinner. We greatly look forward to fulfill our vision of a multicultural community of faith. Thank you and we greatly value your kind assistance.
House of Ruth
P.O. Box 459
Claremont, CA 91711
Marina Wood, Prevention Coordinator
House of Ruth advocates for and assists women and children victimized by domestic violence by providing shelter, programs, opportunities and education; to contribute to social change through intervention, education, prevention programs and community awareness. They welcome volunteers who must participate in a comprehensive 40-hour training that is offered twice a year (typically beginning in March and July). This training prepares volunteers with an understanding of the dynamics of abuse, its effects on children, legal issues, counseling, social and cultural issues related to domestic violence, community resources, and the services provided at House of Ruth. Upon the completion of this training, volunteers may work in their Shelter, in their Children’s Program, on their Hotline, at their community legal clinics, in their administrative department, and at community and fundraising events.
Rev. Peter Park
3407 W. 6th St., Suite 801
Los Angeles, CA 90020
Multiple internships are always available. Specific job description will be tailored to the person's skill set, amount of time available, etc. Please be aware that 99% of KSC's clients are Korean Americans, and most of them are monoligual in Korean. In general, the following are possible positions: teaching (ESL, writing, computer, yoga, hiking, etc.), write grants, maintain website, do research, and develop relationship with other entities, such as government agencies, CBOs, etc.
A Retirement Community Of Missionaries, Pastors, Church Workers And Other Non-Profit Religious Organizations
The Rev. Joan Stock
email@example.com (please indicate internship in the subject line)
Claremont, CA 91711
Internship In Spiritual Care With Older Adults
The Health Center at Pilgrim Place is located in Claremont, California and is a facility in the retirement center of Pilgrim Place that accommodates about 55 residents from the retirement community and the larger surrounding area. The Center is committed to a resident focused care and is organized into three communities (residents, staff and spiritual care persons). Each community has its own gathering room, staff and team of care givers dedicated to working together. The Robin’s nest community residents struggle with dementia; the Oakview community are those who need regular assistance in daily living; and the Garden Terrace community are those who are in rehabilitation.
The intern will gain experience in working in each of these communities as a part of a team of care givers.
- 8 hour / week
- Each intern will receive training in ‘Person First’, our training for staff , spiritual care givers and residents to communicate and work together.
- The intern will participate as part of a spiritual care team. (The teams generally meet once a week for sharing of the ministry). They will also meet every other month when all teams meet together for sharing and training. He/she will also meet with a supervisor for one hour/week.
- The intern will be expected to give at least 4 hours/ week in ministry with residents.
- The intern will commit to at least 9 consecutive months of ministry.
- The candidate for the internship must have the following characteristics:
- Be a person of committed faith
- Be a non-judgmental and non-anxious presence
- Have some training in listening skills
- Have a desire to minister to and with older adults
Connect to College Mentoring Program @ Uncommon Good
211 West Foothill Blvd
Claremont, CA 91711
Carlos D. Carrillo
Educational Program Director
Position Title: Community/Parent Outreach Volunteer
Family Service Coordinator Assistant
The FSCA will report to the Educational Program Director. The FSA, working with the Family Services Coordinator and Educational Program Manager, will support in the recruitment of children for the Connect to College mentoring program. She/he will interface and collaborate with schools and assist families with social service needs. The FSA will also work closely with the parent leadership program to recruit and plans educational presentations for parents.
- Work closely with the Bilingual Family Services Coordinator to ensure the monthly contact of mentees and families.
- Organize and maintain mentee files.
- Organize and maintain school reports.
- Search for college/university resources.
- Assist in maintaining an up-dated social services resource binder.
- Assist with the planning and implementation of parent/mentee meetings and trainings.
- Facilitate with school, parent and mentee evaluations.